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The Tech Industry Provides More Critical Help During Coronavirus Pandemic

The technology industry is working diligently and in a multitude of ways to support people and businesses across the U.S. during the coronavirus pandemic. Tech companies are committed to sharing timely and accurate information on coronavirus with the public; supporting our medical professionals; taking care of their employees, partners, and local communities; reducing barriers to telework options; and helping students and teachers stay connected; among other efforts.

Sharing Accurate and Timely Information with the Public

Combating COVID-19 Misinformation Across Our Apps | Facebook
Apple updated Siri to help people who ask if they have the coronavirus
| CNBC
COVID‑19 Information & Resources
| Google
Protecting against coronavirus themed phishing attacks
| Microsoft
The IRS’ New Tax-Filing Deadline Is July 15. Here’s What to Know Now
| Nerd Wallet
What to Do If You Can’t Pay Your Mortgage
| Nerd Wallet
Stay updated on travel advisories and airline policies
| Google
Keeping People Informed, Safe, and Supported on Instagram
| Instagram from Facebook
COVID-19 Response Update: SEC and NYSE Measures
| Wilson Sonsini

Supporting Our Medical Professionals

Microsoft push brings medical supplies from overseas to aid in state’s coronavirus fight | The Seattle Times
Joint Statement on Collaboration to Increase Ventilator Production
| General Motors
How one energy company started producing ventilators to help combat the coronavirus outbreak
| CNBC
SmileDirectClub to Produce Face Shields for Medical Personnel Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic
| SmileDirectClub
Tim Cook Says Apple Has Sourced 10 Million Masks
| Bloomberg
Using our time, talent, and technology to address COVID-19
| HP
Facebook Donates Emergency Wildfire Mask Stash, Musk Also Aiding
| Bloomberg
Amazon will deliver and pick up at-home test kits provided by new coronavirus program in Seattle
| CNBC
Teladoc Health CEO: The health-care system is on the 'verge of a new era' for virtual care
| CNBC
Microsoft push brings medical supplies from overseas to aid in state’s coronavirus fight
| The Seattle Times
In Bid for Coronavirus Vaccine, U.S. Eases Access to Supercomputers
| The Wall Street Journal
3D printing may help supply more essential coronavirus medical gear
| c|net
GoPuff Commits $1 Million in Orders to Hospital Workers Across the U.S. with New Health Care Support Initiative
| yahoo! finance
3D printing in support of COVID-19 containment efforts
| HP

Taking Care of Our People and Communities


Nasdaq Pledges Business and Philanthropic Support in Response to COVID-19 | Nasdaq
Supporting the freight industry and keeping essential goods moving
| Uber
DoorDash To Deliver Meals To Vulnerable Students | Patch
COVID-19: Our Response
| AT&T
With the help of Microsoft Facilities, 24,000 lunches were delivered to groups around the Puget Sound last week.
| Microsoft President Brad Smith
Companies like Amazon hiring people who lose jobs due to coronavirus impacts
| KTNV ABC Las Vegas
Amazon’s COVID-19 blog: How we are supporting our employees, customers, and communities
| Amazon
Caring for our communities in troubled times
| Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Cisco commits $225 million in fight against coronavirus as Silicon Valley initiates investment blitz
| CNBC
DoorDash To Deliver Meals To Vulnerable Students
| Patch
Amazon AWS launches $20 million initiative to help fight the coronavirus
| CNBC
COVID-19 Coronavirus Resources | Stride Health
Uber CEO Asks White House and Congress for Support for Uber and Other Gig Workers in COVID-19 Stimulus Package
| Uber CEO, Dara Khosrowshahi
Supporting consumers, small businesses and communities as we face COVID-19 together
| Intuit
GoPuff COVID-19 Information and Updates
| GoPuff
Addressing COVID-19 | Itron
News Conference on Homelessness Assistance During COVID-19
| Cisco
Messenger Partners with Developers to Provide Government Health Organizations with Free Services to Respond to Coronavirus Pandemic
| Messenger News
Scoop: Uber CEO asks Trump to include drivers in economic stimulus
| Axios
#BuildforCOVID19 Global Online Hackathon
| Devpost
COVID-19 Client Advisory Resource
| Wilson Sonsini
Major Streaming Services And Tech Companies Join MusiCares In Support Of COVID-19 Relief Fund
| Recording Academy Musicares
How We Are Supporting and Protecting Our Sellers
| eBay
Amazon doubles overtime pay for warehouse workers as demand rises due to coronavirus
| CNBC
COVID-19 Resources for Our Ventures
| TechNexus
Supporting Our Community
| Lyft
Coronavirus: Amazon gives warehouse workers temporary overtime pay raise | USA Today
COVID‐19 and lending our support | HP

Deploying Telework Solutions

Pandemic Will Change How Companies View Work-From-Home: Cisco CEO | Bloomberg
Connect, collaborate and create together
| Accenture
Ramp up remote work
| Box
Ways Google can Help you with Remote Work
| Google
Cisco Launches Speedy-Deploy Contact Center
| UC Today
Empower your employees to work from home.
| Dell Technologies
Working Remotely: How We Make It Work
| Facebook

Helping Students and Teachers Continue the Learning Experience

WGBH Distance Learning Center | WGBH
Amazon Future Engineer offers free and creative coding coursework | Amazon

A temporary hub of information and tools to help teachers during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
| Google
AT&T is Supporting Remote Learning
| AT&T
Microsoft joins education global coalition-Message by Satya Nadella CEO of Microsoft
| Microsoft

TechNet In The News

Robocallers have a field day as Covid-19 claims lives | Morning Tech

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